• The Inukshuk Blog
    A blog of updates and inspiration from Imago Dei Fund.

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Wishing You Holiday Hygge

Emily Nielsen Jones & Ross Jones | December 19, 2022
December 19, 2022|

During this busy holiday season, our inboxes and our hearts can be overfull as we remember all that the year held while we gather with family, friends, and co-workers for some holiday cheer. At Imago Read More

Navigating the Challenges of Funding In and Around the Global Commercial Se...

Emily Nielsen Jones | October 19, 2022
October 19, 2022|

Autumn greetings from all of us at the Imago Dei Fund. In the spirit of this month’s International Day of the Girl, we stand with partners who are doubling down to address the many gender Read More

The Future of Democracy is Gender Equality

Sarah Haacke Byrd | June 21, 2022
June 21, 2022|

Early in my philanthropic journey, I was privileged to have found my way to Women Moving Millions (WMM), a membership organization for people/organizations bringing a gender-lens to philanthropy. After two years of not meeting in Read More

Spring Update: Growth & Change

May 16, 2022
May 16, 2022|

At the Imago Dei Fund, we believe in continuously learning, growing, and changing, especially in response to new needs we hear from our grantee partners, peer funders, and the field at large. In this spirit, Read More

All We Can Save – Team Reflections

April 18, 2022
April 18, 2022|

Earlier this year, the IDF team collectively read and discussed All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, a collection of essays by women leading the climate movement, edited by Ayana Read More

It Takes a Network: The Global Learning Community

Helen Sworn, Sharon Jacques, and Dr. Leah Edwards | March 14, 2022
March 14, 2022|

Early on in my own philanthropic learning curve, I had the opportunity to travel to Cambodia and meet Helen Sworn and colleagues at Chab Dai, a network of local organizations working together to combat the Read More

“How can empowerment programs help someone whose culture and religion deny her the right or even the basic human capacity to participate equally in her family, her community, and other aspects of society?”
Emily Nielsen Jones